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This Month at the Flute Monkey

Using a Tuner

Intonation is one aspect of flute playing that many of us struggle with. Using a tuner to create a personal intonation map will teach you to recognize the problem notes on your flute and help you learn how to compensate. Read More

Claude Bolling Suite for Flute and Jazz Piano

The Claude Bolling Suite for Flute and Jazz Piano Trio with Jean Pierre Rampal on flute has been immensely popular, ranking on the Billboard charts for more than ten years. Read More

Famous Flute Players

It's difficult to come up with a long list of famous flute players. I'm sure everyone has Sir James Galway on their list, but most of us can't go a whole lot further than that. If you can name five, that's pretty good. If you can name ten, I'm impressed. There are dozens of really wonderful flute players out there. Unfortunately flute players just don't command as much name recognition as pianists, violinists or artists in more popular genres. Read More

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